Kincardine, Ontario, A Community of Kincardine

Come visit the shorelines of Kincardine this Summer

Welcome to Kincardine—a town full of excitement and entertainment all summer long!  

This is the spot where Lake Huron features one its top beaches plus a sunset that will be in your memory for years to come. 

The Kincardine Lighthouse and Marine Museum are popular destinations for visitors downtown. Historically, the lighthouse guarded the shores for salt and lumber exporters—today, it still guards the shores for incoming fishermen. The Marine Museum houses ancient marine artifacts from Kincardine and surrounding areas, and details mysteries about local shipwrecks!  

Action-packed trails for hiking and cycling include the Inverhuron Mountain Bike Park, the Stoney Island Conservation Area, and the Kincardine Trails network. At the north end of the Kincardine beach, the Penetangore Path, runs inland 4 km along the Penetangore River to Geddes Property Environment Park and is a great place to setup for a family picnic!  Downtown has many shops with local treats and eats! 

For all the history buffs out there, Kincardine has introduced new Heritage Walking Tours, and are available online, and at local visitors centers! The Paddy Walker Heritage Center is also a fun way to explore Kincardine’s heritage. As Bruce County’s first and oldest hotel, the Walker House serves as a local museum and houses heritage crafts classes, guest speakers, and more! 
lake huron sunset lighthouse

For a lighter adventure, stroll through the shops in downtown Kincardine, and stop for lunch at one of the local Kincardine eateries! Have a light snack and coffee at Bean’s Bistro, or chow down at the Bruce Steakhouse!  This spring bring the family, friends, and even the family pooch out to Kincardine to take on a new adventure! 
Kincardine cafe restaurant
Top Activities

Free parking is available at the following locations:       

  • main beach
  • downtown streets and side streets

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